With a wealth of specialist experience in the fields of health & safety, personal injury, clinical negligence, professional negligence, employment, commercial contract and white collar crime, Chambers regulatory barristers are ideally placed to act for individuals and organisations that are subject to regulatory or disciplinary proceedings, or to advise those who have queries regarding them.

The depth of knowledge and understanding that Farrar’s Building has to offer clients comes not only from its junior and senior members who have experience of appearing before disciplinary and regulatory tribunals, but also from those members who regularly advise and chair such panels themselves.


Over the years, members of Chambers have gained extensive experience of disputes and proceedings in relation to the following governing bodies:

  • Rugby Football Union
  • Welsh Rugby Union
  • British Boxing Board of Control
  • England and Wales Cricket Board
  • Football Association
  • British Horseracing Authority
  • Amateur Swimming Association

Individual members of the Farrar’s Building disciplinary and regulatory team have dealt with matters such as: the legality of promotion/relegation, anti-doping, on and off-field misconduct, competition, agent, player and club agreements, and international sport arbitration.


Members of Farrar’s Building have developed expertise as advocates and advisers in (including but not limited to) the following areas:


Professional conduct, competence, fitness to practice, patient safety and registration issues in relation to doctors, nurses, midwives and dentists.


Conduct proceedings, interventions and Judicial Review applications in the Bar Disciplinary Tribunal, Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal and High Court.


Disciplinary, regulatory and appeal hearings before the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.


Prosecution work before the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors Disciplinary Tribunal and practical advice on preventing and managing complaints received by firms.


Members of Chambers have experience of adjudicating for the Financial Ombudsman Service, as well as of contentious regulatory work arising out of Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority investigations and proceedings. With leading practitioners in areas such as civil fraud and white collar crime, Farrar’s Building is well-positioned to be able to provide a comprehensive service to both individuals and businesses in the field of Financial Services.

Members of Chambers are happy to accept work on a Public Access basis if required.

Contact our clerking team to discuss your enquiry

Please call and talk to our Chief Executive Alan Kilbey or other members of our clerking team to find the most suitable barrister for your requirements call: +44 (0)20 7583 9241 or email: